Zhafira Athirah Loebis
Zhafira Athirah Loebis received her Bachelor of Laws (S.H.) in 2008 from the University of Indonesia, where she was an active member of the Asian Law Students Association and was the manager of the ALSA English Debating Club.
She pursued her studies at Columbia University, in New York, and in 2011earned her Master of Laws (LL.M) in corporate and securities law. While in New York, she took part in Columbia Law School activities, was an active member of the Indonesian Columbia Students Association and helped promote Indonesian culture in New York City. She spent her free time oil painting at an art studio in New York.
In 2007, she volunteered at the Indonesian Legal Aid Institute and involved in pro-bono litigation and judicial review cases, legal seminars and research.
Prior to joining SSEK, Zhafira worked at another law firm in Jakarta where she was involved in various transactions in the fields of capital markets, private power, M&A and mining law. She was also a researcher for a book published by the firm, titled "Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia: An Update."
She is a member of the Presidents Youth Organization, and is currently involved in managing an orphanage, Hidayatullah, which cares for up to 70 orphans at any one time.
She speaks Indonesian and English, and enjoys painting, music and traveling.
Zhafira passed the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi) bar exam in 2010. Her practice areas include capital markets, mining law, M&A and general corporate and commercial law.